Twitter critics are pointing out a major flaw in the piece that the president's personal attorney penned for The Wall Street Journal.
“He’s still at the White House shaping US immigration policy," the freshman Democrat wrote after the Trump adviser's emails to Breitbart were revealed.
But the former candidate said a bid to unseat President Donald Trump was “absolutely not in my plans.”
Seattle’s City Council elections were a rebuke to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. It’s unlikely the presidential race is going to be any different.
The proceedings will be televised and give the most visible look yet at the effort to impeach the president.
Emails sent to Breitbart editors promoted white nationalism and xenophobia, and bemoaned opposition to Confederate symbols.
"We sail for Europe tomorrow morning!" the 16-year-old activist said after securing a ride across the Atlantic.
The presidential contender debunked the phrase in less than two minutes.
“We have terrific candidates. Leave it at that,” Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) said Tuesday.
Top Democrats are even with Trump in head-to-head polls, while his approval rating sits in the low 40s in a must-win state.
It seems like it's getting more complicated, but it really isn't.
The program currently protects 660,000 immigrants who came to the U.S. as children and are here illegally.
Reed's inauguration is historic in the majority-Black city’s 200-year history.
NBC's Savannah Guthrie grilled the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations about the impeachment inquiry into the president.
Rick Gates, a former Trump campaign official, testified that Trump "indicated that more information would be coming” after talking to Roger Stone.
The president spoke at the Economic Club of New York and indicated that he wants Americans to have "the cleanest air on the planet."
National Nurses United touted the 2020 Democrat's "Medicare for All" plan.
A Louisiana law rests on the claim that abortion is unsafe. In reality, the common procedure is less dangerous than getting your wisdom teeth removed.
The 24 hate-motivated killings logged by law enforcement agencies in 2018 was the most on record.
The two presidents will meet as the first public hearing of the House's impeachment inquiry unfolds.